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Week ahead

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19 April 2013

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HIGHLIGHT: Jerusalem: An archaeological mystery story The film-maker Ilan Ziv explores the archaeological challenges to the traditional narrative of the Jewish diaspora.

BBC4 9pm Thursday
 

TELEVISION

Friday 7.30pm (C4) Unreported World Aidan Hartley reports from Kenya on a shelter for street children (2/8).

Sunday 4.15pm (BBC1) Songs of Praise Aled Jones presents the final of the School Choir of the Year.

Monday 8.30pm (BBC1)Secrets of Britain's Sharia Councils: Panorama An undercover look at sharia councils and their treatment of women.

Wednesday 9pm (BBC2) South Africa: The massacre that changed a nation Peter Hain MP looks at the shooting of 34 miners in Marikana last year.
 

RADIO

Friday 11am (R4) Mind Changers Claudia Hammond examines Abraham Maslow's work on human motivation (2/3).

Sunday 6.05am (R4) Something Understood The Revd Dr Teresa Morgan reflects on humility.

8.10am (R4) Sunday Worship from Our Lady and the English Martyrs RC Church, Cambridge.

4pm (R3) Choral Evensong A repeat of last week's service from Truro Cathedral.

5pm (R3) The Choir John Rutter celebrates choral music-making in the colleges at Cambridge.

Wednesday 3.30pm (R3) Choral Evensong live from Wells Cathedral.

Thursday 9am (R4) In Our Time Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the 16th-century philosopher Michel de Montaigne.


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